A while back I posted on the Allen & Heath forum about this noise issue I have with my mixer when using the USB connection to the computer. This noise persists, just wondering if anyone here has run into it with the ZED10FX.
I have a trusty old Apogee Mini-Me pre-amp/compressor with drivers that don't work with anything beyond Windows XP.
For a time, I got away with using it via SPDIF through my trusty old Egosys U2A - it's a cheap little USB Audio Interface which amazingly has both optical and SPDIF ins and outs and cost me less than $100 about a hundred years ago. (I know! Right?)
I have a ZED10FX mixer that I use for Zoom calls with a guitar, a mic and a backing track. I use the USB out from the ZED to the computer, and choose that USB input as the "microphone" in Zoom.
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So for five years I have had a successful mix minus set up like this:
Why no audio being played through MOTU 8pre USB even though the meters on Logic and iTunes are blazing.
I recently got a new MOTU 8pre interface. It has been working in spite of having to reconfigure the Optical In and Out everytime I startup. I have no ADATS or anything optical between the 8pre and the USB port on the back of my iMac.
I recently purchased the Behringer X1222usb mixer and need some help. I run a podcast and cannot get audio from online videos to record to my daw. I can hear the audio coming through the mixer, and my mic signal is recorded fine. Is it possible with this mixer to record audio from both microphone and online video with this mixer?
Title says it all.
I did quite some googling, starting out with finding out which cameras record uncompressed PCM audio. Some do, some don't, so I thought that there should be a way. Since I want to use semi-professional microphones (RODE NT with NT45O capsules) to record my piano playing, the regular 3,5mm microphone jack on a camera is not an option.
I've noticed my official pen is breaking apart and looks a little bent. I'm assuming I've knocked it when arsing around with my pc. The pen works but I would rather not risk its longevity so I'm wondering if I can copy it to something like a kingston/SanDisk pen? You can get official pens but £20 seems a tad high for what it does.
I need to run at least 2 boosted USB, 2- 8Channel AES and a DVI-D (or possibly an HDMI instead) cables together in about 30-35' of PVC.
Will this create issues like crosstalk, inductance, speed reduction, clicks, clocking issues, bandwidth reduction, RF and other things I may not be aware of?
USB: 1. Houston Controller to/fro MAC
2. Pure 2 ADDA to/fro PC